Middle Caicos 

This is our

Caicos Dream

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Building Our Beach House

Life on Middle Caicos

Some of our Middle Caicos Friends

Snorkelling Around Middle Caicos

Swimming with Sharks

Exploring the Caves

Hiking the Crossing Place Trail

Remote Locations Worth the Effort

Tropical Flowers and Greenery

Birds and Wildlife

Island History

Other Islands in the Turks and Caicos

Island Inspired Poetry

Our Family on Vacation

Favorite Vacation Moments

What You Need to Know to Go

Places to Stay



Our family's dream for the future has found a home: Middle Caicos in the Turks and Caicos Islands. It's part Ecotourism, part Reality Show Adventure, and part Time Travel.

With an area of 48 square miles and a population of less than 300, Middle Caicos is a place where we can create our own vacation world around us. We explore the beaches, cliffs, hills and caves. We swim the reefs with sharks, cudas, lobsters, and innumerable reef fish. We watch the birds and lizards. And we can come close to knowing every person on the island.

Our site was created to share some of what we find so enjoyable about Middle Caicos, to introduce you to our friends there, and to help future island visitors know what to expect. Browse the menu at the left to read about our trips and see our photos.

The Most Tropical Landscape
The Most Tropical Landscape
Sat 09:18 AM Jun 2, 2001

21°48’32”N 71°42’04”W
This naturally landscaped scene is one of the well-kept secrets of Middle Caicos. I didn't find it until our sixth trip to the island. I'm looking forward to finding new surprises on our next trip.

You'll find more photos like this throughout our website. Click on the thumbnail photo to view a larger image. Depending on the technological advances of my electronic toys, many of the photos also include the date and time or even the latitude and longitude of the photo's location. When the latitude and longitude are shown, click the link to see the location overlayed on a satellite photo of Middle Caicos.

Cuban Crow
Video Clip Cuban Crow
The Cuban Crow is common on Middle Caicos and has become a kind of mascot for our trips there. Beside the familiar crow call, they have a turkey-like gobble. We always feel we're being welcomed back to the island when we hear it.

The thumbnail photo of the crow links to a video clip of a Cuban Crow that objected to me being too close to the tree where he and his mate were nesting.

Looking for a brochure to share with your friends or family? Here are two that you can download and print.

This handy guide has a map on one side that identifies some of the major attractions on Middle Caicos. On the other side is brief island history, a directory of guides, merchants and other services and a greeting from the District Commissioner. Print the Guide Front and the Guide Back on both sides of card stock then fold it in thirds.

I created a one page Flyer to introduce the Caribbean Tourism Organization to Middle Caicos. When your friends ask where you're going, this might be the quickest way to share your excitement.

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No one website can show you everything there is to know about a place like Middle Caicos. So we founded the Middle Caicos WebRing to help you visit other sites dedicated to the island. You'll find many of the vacation villas, local guides and other informational sites on the ring.
Visit other Middle Caicos WebRing sites using the following links.
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visitors since April 22,1999.

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
Caicos Dream


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